- Emma Rogers
- Executives can suit up or dress down at Anderson & Emami.
Anderson & Emami Spokane executives have been buying their power suits at Anderson + Emami for more than 30 years, making this one of the longest-standing independent boutiques in the region. Their longevity can be attributed to impeccable fitting, exceptional quality, and selection varied enough to outfit a CEO from board meetings to a day on the links. River Park Square, 814 W. Main Ave. , Spokane, Wash. • 838-1652
Finan McDonald Finan McDonald was an adventurous bear a of a man who set up and ran many of the first trading posts in this area back in the 1800s. The shops named in his honor carry on that sense of adventure, ready to outfit the active Inland Northwest man, or woman, in activewear by the likes of Chaco, Keen, Patagonia, Kuhl, North Face and more. The Coeur d'Alene Resort Plaza Shops, 210 E. Sherman Ave. #147, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-765-4349 | 301 N. First Ave., Sandpoint, Idaho • 208-263-3622
Thrux Lawrence Thrux Lawrence isn't just a high-quality haberdashery and leather goods shop — it's a rugged man cave that'll bring the shopper out of even the most shopping-adverse guys out there. With a full billiards table and an old-school barber shop attached, it'd be easy to spend a good chunk of time here. Stop in for a straight-razor shave, shoot some pool and pick up a leather and canvas backpack, a belt or heavy-duty work pants. 206 N. Third St., Coeur d'Alene, Idaho • 208-661-5193